O. Reg. 44/08: RESTRICTED USE OF THE KING'S HIGHWAY


Published: 2008-02-28

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ontario regulation 44/08

made under the

Highway Traffic Act

Made: February 20, 2008
Filed: February 28, 2008
Published on e-Laws: March 3, 2008
Printed in The Ontario Gazette: March 15, 2008


Amending Reg. 609 of R.R.O. 1990

(Restricted Use of the King’s Highway)

1. The Schedule to Regulation 609 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted:

Schedule 1

1. All of the King’s Highways known as Nos. 400, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 407, 409, 410, 416, 417, 420, 427 and the Queen Elizabeth Way.

2. All of the King’s Highway known as Nos. 69 and 400.

3. All of the King’s Highway known as Nos. 6 and 403.

4. All of the King’s Highway known as Nos. 24 and 403.

5. All of the King’s Highway known as Nos. 35 and 115.

6. All of the King’s Highway known as Nos. 58 and 406.

7. That part of the King’s Highway known as No. 3 lying between a point situate at its intersection with the eastern limit of the roadway known as Ron McNeil Line (also known as Elgin County Road 52) where Ron McNeil Line continues as the roadway known as Ford Drive in the Township of Southwold and a point situate at its intersection with the west junction of the roadway known as Centennial Avenue in the Municipality of Central Elgin.

8. That part of the King’s Highway known as No. 6 lying between a point situate at its intersection with the King’s Highway known as No. 401 in the Township of Puslinch and a point situate at its intersection with the south junction of the King’s Highway known as No. 7 where King’s Highway No. 7 continues as the roadway known as Wellington Street (also known as Wellington County Road 124) in the City of Guelph.

9. That part of the King’s Highway known as No. 6 in the City of Hamilton lying between a point situate at its intersection with the King’s Highway known as No. 403 and a point situate at its intersection with the King’s Highway known as No. 7273 (also known as Old Highway 6).

10. That part of the King’s Highway known as Nos. 6 and 7 in the City of Guelph lying between a point situate at its intersection with the south junction of the King’s Highway known as No. 7 where King’s Highway No. 7 continues as the roadway known as Wellington Street (also known as Wellington County Road 124) and a point situate at its intersection with the north junction of the King’s Highway known as No. 7 where King’s Highway No. 7 continues as the roadway known as Woodlawn Road.

11. That part of the King’s Highway known as No. 7 in the City of Ottawa lying between a point situate at its intersection with the King’s Highway known as No. 417 and a point situate at its intersection with the roadway known as Regional Road 36 (also known as Hazeldean Road).

12. That part of the King’s Highway known as No. 7 in the City of Kitchener lying between a point situate at its intersection with the roadway known as Victoria Street and a point situate at its intersection with the east junction of the King’s Highway known as No. 8 where King’s Highway No. 8 continues as the roadway known as King Street.

13. That part of the King’s Highway known as Nos. 7 and 8 lying between a point situate at its intersection with the eastern limit of the roadway known as Waterloo Road 5 in the Township of Wilmot and a point situate at its intersection with the east junction of the King’s Highway known as No. 8 where King’s Highway No. 8 continues as the roadway known as King Street in the City of Kitchener.

14. That part of the King’s Highway known as Nos. 7 and 115 lying between a point situate at its intersection with the west junction of the King’s Highway known as No. 7 in the Township of Cavan-Millbrook-North Monaghan and a point situate at its intersection with the east junction of the King’s Highway known as No. 7 in the City of Peterborough.

15. That part of the King’s Highway known as No. 8 in the City of Kitchener lying between a point situate at its intersection with the King’s Highway known as No. 401 and a point situate at its intersection with the east junction of the King’s Highway known as No. 7 where King’s Highway No. 7 continues as the roadway known as King Street.

16. That part of the King’s Highway known as No. 11 in the City of Orillia lying between a point situate at its intersection with the roadway known as Memorial Avenue and a point situate at its intersection with the roadway known as Laclie Street.

17. That part of the King’s Highway known as No. 58 in the City of Thorold lying between a point situate at its intersection with the King’s Highway known as No. 406 and a point situate at its intersection with the westerly limit of the roadway known as Niagara Regional Road No. 57 (also known as Thorold Stone Road).

18. That part of the King’s Highway known as No. 85 lying between a point situate at its intersection with the King’s Highway known as No. 7 (also known as Victoria Street) in the City of Kitchener and a point situate at its intersection with the roadway known as Waterloo Regional Road 15 (also known as King Street) in the Township of Woolwich.

19. That part of the King’s Highway known as No. 115 lying between a point situate at its intersection with the King’s Highway known as Nos. 35 and 115 in the Municipality of Clarington and a point situate at its intersection with the King’s Highway known as No. 7 in the Township of Cavan-Millbrook-North Monaghan.

20. That part of the King’s Highway known as No. 137 lying between a point situate at its intersection with the King’s Highway known as No. 401 in the Township of Leeds and The Thousand Islands and a point situate at its intersection with the border between Canada and the United States of America.

21. All of the King’s Highway known as No. 7274 (also known as Highway 6/Airport Road Connection).

2. This Regulation comes into force on the day it is filed.

Made by:

Jim Bradley

Minister of Transportation

Date made: February 20, 2008.

 

 

 

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